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4 Pets Clinic

34910 Center Ridge Rd

N. Ridgeville, OH 44039

 

(440) 327-0100

4 Pets Clinic

4 Pets Clinic

Location

Saturday Wellness Clinics  1:30-3:45

 

Hours

Our office is open and we answer the telephone Monday through Friday from 9 AM until 5 PM and on Saturday from 9 AM until noon. We do not answer the phone on Saturday afternoon but you are welcome to leave a message.

We schedule office visits and surgery by appointment.

 

You may have an appointment to drop off your pet at a time when the office is not open because this allows us to focus on you and the surgery patients.

 

Call 440-327-0100 to make an appointment.

Additional Care Needed

 

Feline Leukemia / Feline Immunodeficiency Virus

          You may want to consider testing your pet for Feline Leukemia / Feline Immunodeficiency Virus

 

Spay or Neuter

          All pets should be spayed before 6 months of age to prevent future problems.

 

 

Flea and tick control as needed.

Years 1 to 5

Annual comprehensive physical examination; weight and body condition score check; internal parasite examination; and annual revaccinations.

 

Dental Services

Most cats require a dental cleaning and exam every one to three years.

 

Years 6 to 20

Annual comprehensive physical examination; weight and body condition score check; internal parasite examination; and annual revaccinations. Like people, as cats get older, it is time to do annual laboratory tests such as a complete blood count, chemistry panel, urinalysis and thyroid check.

A Cat's Lifetime Wellness Plan

 
 

Visit One

8 to 11 Weeks

 

Fel-O-Guard Plus 3 Vaccination

Deworming Medicine

Visit Two

12 to 15 Weeks

 

Fel-O-Guard Plus 3 Vaccination

 

Fel-O-Vac Feline Leukemia Vaccination if Warranted

Deworming Medicine

Visit Three

16 to 18 Weeks

Fel-O-Guard Plus 3 Vaccination

 

Fel-O-Vac Feline Leukemia Vaccination if Warranted

 

Rabvac 3 Rabies Vaccination

Deworming Medicine

Initial Vaccinations and Parasite Control 

Kittens are babies who need a series of vaccinations to prevent disease, illness or even death. Vaccinations are the most common treatment given to pets, are very safe and prevent countless deaths and suffering each year. Your pet is not safe until vaccinated.

 
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